It rides like a dream

Today was the first day that I was able to take my new wheelchair out on the streets and sidewalks.  The wheelchair handled the curbs beautifully; much better than my old chair. It seems to handle the bumps and vibration well.The chair moves very quickly, without fishtailing.  I can’t wait till it gets warmer out, so I can really see what it can do.

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My Other Books

I know I have only advertised one book, but the truth is I have two more books.  My poetry book collection is called Reflections of Me; I haven’t advertised it because I do not have a book cover for it.  However if you are interested in my poetry, you can purchase it at Amazon.com.  The third book is a highly sexual romantic love triangle gone wrong.  The book is called Not Your Typical Love Story.  I just wanted to share my works with you, just in case you were interested.

I feel really good about myself

I feel really good about myself, because with fiverr.com I am able to make a little extra money on my own.  It will never be enough to pay my rent, but I still feel pretty good about it.  I hope eventually I can save up for a new computer, because this one is always crashing.  I feel much more productive now that I am earning some money on my own.

My new wheelchair is finally here

I am so happy that my new wheelchair came yesterday; it feels so good to be able to move around again on my own.  The wheelchair needs a couple of minor adjustments, but that is to be expected.  I need a little practice driving it, because it is a little different than my other one.  I wish it wasn’t snowing, so I could go outside.

Why are bad things so appealing?

The funny thing is what is appealing to us often isn’t good for us.  Like most women would rather have a cocky bad boy, than a stable dependable guy.  I always want the unattainable guy; I almost never like guys who like me back.  Here’s something some of you might have a hard time grasping; I would never date somebody in a wheelchair.  I got enough difficulties dealing with my own disability, I don’t want to deal with somebody else’s.